Bilawal Bhutto said that Pakistan Air Force
(PAF) proved itself as the best force in the world. He also paid tribute squadron leader Hasan Siddiqui for shot down the Indian aircrafts. He also paid tribute to the soldiers martyred at the line of control (LoC).
The PPP chairman said that the world knows better about Gujarat’s butcher,
adding that Modi, who was a butcher of Gujarat, has now become the butcher of Kashmir. He said that Indian Modi-led government broke all the record in human right violations.
He termed Pulwama attack
reaction of local youths against Indian atrocities, adding that Narendra Modi responsible for the attack.
He also called for the implementation of United Nations Security Council
(UNSC) resolutions that provide for the exercise of right to self-determination by the Kashmiri people to usher peace in South Asia.
“Narendra Modi’s government had broken all the previous records of barbarism and human rights violation in occupied Kashmir.
“Modi is responsible for Indian aggressions. The Kashmiri people were being targeted through pellet guns. The violation of LoC by Indian aircrafts was the big incident after 1971,” Bilawal said. He added that the Indian aggression cannot be neglected
The PPP chairman explained that the parliament decided to make National Action Plan after APS attack.
Bilawal Bhutto said that on this occasion, they should not forget the services of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto who had equipped Pakistan with atom bomb and missile technology and made the country’s defense impregnable.
He also called for implementation of National Action Plan
to curb the scourge of terrorism in the country.
Speaking after Bilawal’s address to the NA, Qureshi
responded to the PPP leader’s offer for help, saying that the government would welcome any suggestion from the opposition parties to cope with the challenges Pakistan is confronting with on foreign affairs’ front.
The minister invited Bilawal Bhutto, Opposition Leader Shehbaz Sharif, and other parliamentary leaders to come to the Foreign Office and the government would seek their inputs on foreign relations.